Applied Mathematics for the Life and Social Sciences

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Alliance for Building Faculty Diversity in the Mathematical Sciences

The Alliance Postdoctoral Fellowship at Arizona State University is designed to maximize the fellow’s opportunities for professional development and participation in the broader mathematical community.

GAANN Fellowships in Applied Mathematics in the Life and Social Sciences

This project seeks to address the underrepresentation of minorities and other groups (females, persons with disabilities) in the field of (applied) mathematics.

Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute Research Program for Undergraduates

Encourages underrepresented minorities (URMs), primarily Chicano/Latino, Native American and African American undergraduates to pursue advanced degrees in mathematics and the sciences, and to facilitate their access to selective graduate programs in these areas.

Mathematical and Theoretical Biology Institute: Institutional Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Math and Engineering Mentoring

The institute's main objective has always been to increase the numbers of underrepresented U.S. minorities (URMs) earning PhDs in the mathematical sciences, from a pool of participants primarily composed of students from non-selective institutions or students who typically do not consider the possibility of graduate school in the mathematical sciences.